Pac Title to Liquidate After 90 Years

Pacific Title and Art Studios, which has been working on postproduction of Hollywood features for 90 years, will close its doors and liquidate its assets. Variety reports that Pac Title ... Continue Reading →

Smith Micro Updates Anime Studio Pro

Anime Studio Pro 6, a powerful new version of the Smith Micro software animation application, is available starting today. Version 6 speeds up production time with features such as ... Continue Reading →

Disney Confirms More Tinker Bell on DVD

Disney brings back the magic of fairies this fall, announcing the Oct. 27 release of the original animated sequel Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure on DVD and Blu-ray. The studio also ... Continue Reading →

MIPCOM Celebrates Simpsons 20th, Honors Groening

MIPCOM 2009 will help celebrate the 20th anniversary of The Simpsons with a series of special events climaxing with the presentation of the first MIPCOM Creative Icon Award to the show’s ... Continue Reading →

Program, Video Preview SIGGRAPH

SIGGRAPH is getting closer, and the specifics of the annual conference are starting to take shape. The advance program is now available to download at the SIGGRAPH site ( ... Continue Reading →

Disney Bets Big on Phineas & Ferb

Disney is giving a major vote of confidence to its animated TV series Phineas & Ferb, picking up the show for a third season and preparing a Christmas special and CD release. Speaking ... Continue Reading →

Return Rumored for Futurama and Monsters, Inc.

Rumors are swirling that both Monsters, Inc. and Futurama may be coming back for more. is reporting that Comedy Central has ordered 13 new episodes of Futurama, the sci-fi ... Continue Reading →

Scrawl and Nemo Develop Paranormalia

Scrawl Studios and Planet Nemo, the partners behind the hit Silly Bitty Bunny, are re-teaming to develop a 2D animated adventure comedy series called Paranormalia. The series, set for ... Continue Reading →

Hangover Topples Up in Final Tally

The Hangover woke up to good news Monday, as final reports from the weekend box office put it ahead of Up and atop the charts. Returns for The Hangover were better than expected on ... Continue Reading →

Chow to Animate CJ-7 Sequel

Hong Kong actor, writer and director Stephen Chow has announced plans to make an animated feature film sequel to the 2008 Chinese sci-fi comedy film CJ-7. Chow’s Star Overseas ... Continue Reading →